Strict Standards: Redefining already defined constructor for class wpdb in /home/misha/public_html/2007/wp-includes/wp-db.php on line 57

Strict Standards: Redefining already defined constructor for class WP_Object_Cache in /home/misha/public_html/2007/wp-includes/cache.php on line 384

Strict Standards: Declaration of Walker_Page::start_lvl() should be compatible with Walker::start_lvl($output) in /home/misha/public_html/2007/wp-includes/classes.php on line 541

Strict Standards: Declaration of Walker_Page::end_lvl() should be compatible with Walker::end_lvl($output) in /home/misha/public_html/2007/wp-includes/classes.php on line 541

Strict Standards: Declaration of Walker_Page::start_el() should be compatible with Walker::start_el($output) in /home/misha/public_html/2007/wp-includes/classes.php on line 541

Strict Standards: Declaration of Walker_Page::end_el() should be compatible with Walker::end_el($output) in /home/misha/public_html/2007/wp-includes/classes.php on line 541

Strict Standards: Declaration of Walker_PageDropdown::start_el() should be compatible with Walker::start_el($output) in /home/misha/public_html/2007/wp-includes/classes.php on line 560

Strict Standards: Declaration of Walker_Category::start_lvl() should be compatible with Walker::start_lvl($output) in /home/misha/public_html/2007/wp-includes/classes.php on line 659

Strict Standards: Declaration of Walker_Category::end_lvl() should be compatible with Walker::end_lvl($output) in /home/misha/public_html/2007/wp-includes/classes.php on line 659

Strict Standards: Declaration of Walker_Category::start_el() should be compatible with Walker::start_el($output) in /home/misha/public_html/2007/wp-includes/classes.php on line 659

Strict Standards: Declaration of Walker_Category::end_el() should be compatible with Walker::end_el($output) in /home/misha/public_html/2007/wp-includes/classes.php on line 659

Strict Standards: Declaration of Walker_CategoryDropdown::start_el() should be compatible with Walker::start_el($output) in /home/misha/public_html/2007/wp-includes/classes.php on line 684

Strict Standards: Non-static method sem_admin_menu::init() should not be called statically in /home/misha/public_html/2007/wp-content/plugins/sem-admin-menu/sem-admin-menu.php on line 358

Strict Standards: call_user_func_array() expects parameter 1 to be a valid callback, non-static method sem_admin_menu::ob_add_menu() should not be called statically in /home/misha/public_html/2007/wp-includes/plugin.php on line 164

Warning: ob_start(): non-static method sem_admin_menu::ob_add_menu_callback() should not be called statically in /home/misha/public_html/2007/wp-content/plugins/sem-admin-menu/sem-admin-menu.php on line 86

Strict Standards: call_user_func_array() expects parameter 1 to be a valid callback, non-static method sem_admin_menu::kill_gzip() should not be called statically in /home/misha/public_html/2007/wp-includes/plugin.php on line 59
Anti-Idiotarian Rottweiler » Archive for Gun Fearing Wussies
Strict Standards: call_user_func_array() expects parameter 1 to be a valid callback, non-static method emotions::add_css() should not be called statically in /home/misha/public_html/2007/wp-includes/plugin.php on line 164

Strict Standards: call_user_func_array() expects parameter 1 to be a valid callback, non-static method emotions::add_js() should not be called statically in /home/misha/public_html/2007/wp-includes/plugin.php on line 164
You are viewing the Archives for 2007.......If you want the current page, CLICK HERE.......

Archive for the “Gun Fearing Wussies” Category

Thanks to a tip from LC & IB M, whose take on it you mustn’t miss either.

From the Ft. Worth Star-Telegram:

AUSTIN — Gov. Rick Perry, mulling ways to stop the kind of murderous rampages that recently left 33 dead on a college campus in Virginia, said Monday there’s one sure-fire solution he likes: allow Texans to take their concealed handguns anywhere.

Period.

Perry said he opposes any concealed gun-toting restrictions at all — whether it’s in a hospital, a public school, a beer joint or even the local courthouse.

“The last time I checked, putting a sign up that says ‘Don’t bring your weapons in here,’ someone who has ill intent on their mind — they could care less,” Perry told reporters. “I think it makes sense for Texans to be able to protect themselves from deranged individuals, whether they’re in church or whether on a college campus or wherever.”

It’s a good thing that neither Gov. Perry nor His Imperial Majesty swing for the other team, because otherwise we’d be starting to suspect that he’s coming on to us. Not that there’s anything wrong with that.

How the Hades did Rick manage to make it so far in politics while equipped with a functioning brain? Matters not, we’re just eternally grateful that he has. Note particularly the simple, crystal clear and irrefutably logical point: “Murdering animals don’t give a shit about signs saying ‘no guns allowed’.”

“Why, that’s obvious!“, we hear you say. True, it is, but how often do you hear politicians acknowledging the obvious?

Under current law, secured airport areas, hospitals, courthouses, bars, churches and schools are among the places where weapons are or can be banned, according to the Texas Department of Public Safety.

People entering federal courts in Texas are routinely required to leave even their cell phones behind.

Now, for the record, we don’t have a particular problem with leaving our Imperial Sidearms behind in a courtroom or similar public places as long as armed officers are present everywhere to provide us with security. It’s like this: If you deny me the right to protect myself at any given location, then my personal safety becomes YOUR responsibility. If I come to harm, it’s YOUR fault because you denied me the right to protect myself. That’s it. The debate is over. If you disarm me on your property, then you assume full responsibility for my protection. Keep that in mind before you put up a “no guns here” sign, because I will hold you to it.

But we digress…

“Let me cover it right here,” Perry said. “I think a person ought to be able to carry their weapons with them anywhere in this state if they are licensed and they have gone through the training. The idea that you’re going to exempt them from a particular place is non-sense to me.”

It is indeed, and I salute you for acknowledging it publicly. Here’s to hoping that our Texas legislature takes heed and move to pass the proper legislation as soon as possible.

Of course, the usual Dem Cong Idiotarians prove that they, once again, don’t get it at all:

State Rep. Lon Burnam, D-Fort Worth, called Perry’s proposal “a terrible idea.”

“Anybody has a right to tell somebody that they can’t bring their handgun into their place of business,” Burnam said. “I think the governor is just overreaching in a counterproductive way and it’s kind of typical (of the) governor — shoot from the hip, literally and figuratively.”

Are the Dem Cong willfully stupid or are they just pathologically incapable of understanding simple English? A few points:

Courthouses and schools, to name two, are The People’s “place of business” and, therefore, The People and The People alone can allow or disallow concealed carry on the premises as they see fit. The Governor obviously didn’t issue a dictate, he doesn’t have the authority nor is there any reason to think that he’d want to from what he said, he just threw his personal opinion out there for The People to act or not act on. If The People decide that it’s time to lift the restrictions in public places, through their representatives, then that’s the way it’s going to be.

Second, private places of business can allow or disallow guns on their premises as they see fit. Or at least that’s the way it should be, but currently they can’t, thanks to the meddling of totalitarian busybodies such as yourself. Ever heard of “the 50% Rule”, for instance? According to that, no private establishment can allow firearms on its premises if more than 50% of their revenue comes from alcoholic beverages. The owner has no choice there, his “private property rights” didn’t mean shit to you when you passed that Fuhrerdiktat.

So don’t give me any hypocritical bromides about your “respect for private property”, because you don’t have any. “Private property rights” only apply inasmuch as the owners of said property do what you want them to do, and therefore your argument is without merit. As are you, you lying, two-faced, hypocritical fascist.

Nobody, the Governor included, are saying that a restaurant owner or any other owner of a private business can’t hang a 30.06 sign (yep, that’s the actual number of the section of Texas Law covering it. Isn’t it sweet?) in their window, saying “don’t carry weapons on these premises or face the legal consequences.” That’s their right, and those of us who are actually serious about private property rights wouldn’t infringe on it for any reason whatsoever. If we disagree with the owner, we’re free to take our business elsewhere and, in His Majesty’s case, we certainly will. If they don’t trust us to not run amok and kill everybody in a blood rage, then we have no intentions of giving them a red cent of our money.

But count on the Dem Cong and the rest of the gun grabbing fascists to ignore the facts and blow massive amounts of diversionary smoke over the issue. After all, that’s the only hope they have of making their idiocy appear even halfway rational.

Thanks again, Governor Perry, for a breath of fresh air. You certainly have our vote in the next election.

And to the Texas House and Senate: You’re herewith put on notice. Do something about it.

NOW.

Comments 42 Comments »

In the People’s Republik of Illinois, Hizzoner Daley and Gov. Blabbervich are busy trying to push a ban of all semi-automatic firearms as well as those Evil .50 guns, muzzle loaders included, that have been running rampant across the nation, forming gangs and gunning down innocent people by the bushel load.

Well, at least they’re trying to do something about the Demon 9 mm Guns that have us all fearing for our lives. Speaking of which, when I awoke this morning the Imperial 9 mm was snickering evilly and, on its slide, I found the word “REDRUM” written in what appeared to be blood. Sure enough, outside was the thoroughly perforated corpse of one of the neighborhood strays. Coincidence? I think NOT! But I digress…

Thanks to LC Croaker, we learn that the good citizens of Pike County, Illinois, have pre-emptively told Hizzoner and his lapdog Governor to shove it where the sun don’t shine:

On Tuesday evening the Pike County Board citing the Second Amendment of the Constitution of the United States, passed a resolution saying no to any state legislation limiting the right to keep and bear arms would be recognized in Pike County.

Their resolution minces no words:

“Now, Therefore, It Be And Is Hereby Resolved, that the people of Pike County, Illinois, do oppose the enactment of any legislation that would infringe upon the Right of the People to Keep and Bear Arms, and deem such laws to be Unconstitutional and beyond lawful Legislative Authority.”

In short, no state law placing any limitations on firearms will be valid in Pike County.

They could’ve sent the same message in two simple words, “molon labe”, but this will do nicely. Very nicely indeed.

I can’t begin to describe how encouraging this is. Finally, finally somebody has dared state what should be self-evident, that faraway corrupt prostitute politicians need to quit meddling and mind their own damn business, that they can pass all of the idiotic bills they want; they won’t mean a thing unless We the People let them.

One of the two Pike County Board Members who sponsored the Resolution, Robert Kanady, says he hopes the measure would “be the spark that lights a cannon heard all across the United States.”

Co-sponsor Mark Mountain said: “We have to stand up. We have to voice our opinion. As an individual, it doesn’t mean much. As a county, it means more. As three or four counties, it means a lot.”

Well spoken indeed. If the modern day King Georges try to lord it over us from their mansions far away, it is our duty to tell them to go hang. Metaphorically at first, but if they don’t get the message the first time… The Tree of Liberty is getting thirsty.

In the overfilled courtroom where the public meeting leading to the resolution was held, one particularly fine citizen stood up and said:

“This proposed legislation would greatly harm the citizens of this county, and we believe the members of our County Board are bound by the oaths of office to speak for us on this issue.

“The issue here is not politics, the issue is freedom. Freedom began in this nation more than 200 years ago, when small groups of people like us, in towns even smaller than ours, gathered together to tell the King who tried to rule them from a huge city an ocean away, ‘Enough is enough!’ Freedom will only survive today if we have the courage to do the same.”

In closing, he offered: “In this room tonight we are not conservatives; we are not liberals. In this room tonight we are not Democrats; we are not Republicans. In this room tonight we are Americans.”

After a well-deserved standing ovation, the resolution was overwhelmingly passed by the Commission.

Well done, fine citizens of Pike County. You have, indeed, upheld the fine tradition of American Patriots, and the Founding Fathers, I’m sure, would be proud of you.

I know I am.

You’ve shown the way, now it is the duty of all of us to follow.

Molon Labe!

Comments 26 Comments »

LC Craig writes us, telling us that he can’t wait to see us administer a bit of our particular brand of loving to this flaming fuckhead, one “retired diplomat” (think “Foggy Bottom” and you’ll know all you need to know about what sort of worthless scum he is) in favor of throwing the Constitution out the window and establish a totalitarian hellhole in the U.S. of A. in the best of proud, Stalinist traditions.

His Majesty had already seen that avalanche of Nazi drivel masquerading as a column and, quite frankly, we were convinced that Dumbass Dan was having us on. That column just stinks to high heavens of “modest proposals” because, surely, nobody can be that disgustingly dimwitted? But, then again, LC & IB Ace assures us that the stormtrooper wannabe is, indeed, serious. So why the Hell not? Let’s have some fun:

LAST week’s tragedy at Virginia Tech in which a mentally disturbed person gunned down 32 of America’s finest - intelligent young people with futures ahead of them -

No. America’s finest are currently deployed in the world’s largest and most useless litterbox, risking their lives to protect the right of simpering sucknozzles like you to advocate the destruction of our nation and the shredding of our Constitution.

once again puts the phenomenon of an armed society into focus for Americans.

Actually, what it put into focus was the consequences of an unarmed society, the consequences this time being 32 dead youngsters, forcibly disarmed and led to the slaughter by administration animals caring more about their own precious feewings than the lives of their students. They’ve got blood on their hands and will spend eternity in Hell alongside their protégé, Psy-Cho, suffering all the torment that Satan can dispense on their very deserving, flabby arses. And yours truly will be laughing his own arse off for just as long, enjoying every second of their pain and suffering.

The likely underestimate of how many guns are wandering around America runs at 240 million in a population of about 300 million. What was clear last week is that at least two of those guns were in the wrong hands.

And, more importantly, none were in the right hands, thanks entirely to Idiotarian GFWs like you. Hope you’re proud of yourself. 32 counts of accessory to murder without lifting a finger. That’s impressive, Danny.

When people talk about doing something about guns in America, it often comes down to this: “How could America disarm even if it wanted to? There are so many guns out there.”

Because I have little or no power to influence the “if” part of the issue, I will stick with the “how.” And before anyone starts to hyperventilate and think I’m a crazed liberal zealot wanting to take his gun from his cold, dead hands, let me share my experience of guns.

We can’t hardly wait. The entertainment value should prove quite amazing.

Give us more, O Emperor! »

Comments 81 Comments »

LC & IB Confederate Yankee informs us that authorities now confirm:

Psy-Cho’s magazines were all standard issue.

But… That simply can’t be true! For more than a week we’ve been told daily by the Impeccably Professional Journaljizmers and their Legendary, Rigorously Fact Checking Editors of Truth™ that he was running around with “high-capacity magazines” that somehow, in the minds of journaljizmers, increase rate of fire, not to mention that said magazines were totally and completely illegal to even OWN before that evil, wicked RepugliKKKan Congress let Klintoon of the Stained Dress’ saintly Scary Weapons Ban lapse.

First we learn that the capacity of a magazine doesn’t increase rate of fire. Then we learn that, lo and behold, high-capacity magazines weren’t illegal to own, sell or purchase under the ludicrous Guns that Scare Dianne Feinschwein Ban™, and now we’re informed that Psy-Cho wasn’t running around with scary 786 round magazines at all?

Why, it’s almost as if those Impeccably Professional Journaljizmers are a bunch of retarded chimps with a political agenda that is more important to them than reporting the actual facts.

Say it isn’t SO!

Comments 27 Comments »

Ann Coulter, long may she snark, is writing about the liberals trying to ban mass murder by taking away nutty people’s 2nd Amendment Rights.

As she points out, that might not be an entirely stupid idea, which would certainly be a first for Democrat lawmakers. After all, the thought of Markotz Melissa Zunigass wielding a firearm does give us at least some pause.

She argues that, while the Democrats are busy eliminating the Constitutional Rights of nutcases, perhaps they should extend their proposal to the 1st Amendment as well?

We’re not sure about that, however. Yes, it would be refreshing to see the final weekly 15-minute broadcast of Air America disappear, along with approximately 95% of the MSM, but really, Ann… What on Earth would His Majesty and yourself have left to write about?

Anyway. The rest of y’all go read her piece. She doesn’t say “faggot” once, so we’ll be spared the usual hysterics from the “throw her under the bus” crowd this week.

Comments 35 Comments »

LC Zucca Fett sends us this from the mouth of Jackie Mason:

You gun grabbers: You think banning guns is going to stop bad guys from killing you?

Here’s something I’d like to tell you, even though it’ll probably make you wet your rubber sheets: If I were insane enough to want to kill you, I wouldn’t need a gun (even though I know for a fact, from personal experience, that I could get one no matter how many idiotic “gun control laws” you choose to enact), I’m perfectly capable of murdering you with anything down to and including my own hands. It’s not all that hard, really, I can assure you of that.

The thing is, without gun control I don’t know if you have a gun to stop me from doing so. What that means is that everything I’ve ever learned about killing people can be canceled out by an 83-year-old grandma with a pistol. All she has to do is to point and pull the trigger, and everything I know about killing her, which is quite a lot, will be useless because I’ll be blessedly, deservedly and gratifyingly dead, and it doesn’t take much training and even less physical strength for her to do that.

Take her gun away, on the other hand…

Open season.

Comments 29 Comments »

Comments 42 Comments »

LC sixfootbrit sends this:

“I have more guns than I need, but fewer guns than I want.” –Former U.S. Sen. Phil Gramm (R-Texas)

After all, a man is entitled to amass guns if he wants to. No law against it, that’s for sure. (Not in Texas, anyway.) Then again, those who have lost loved ones to gun violence may understandably feel a tad less gung-ho than Gramm.

And just how many innocent people have found their deaths as a result of Phil Gramm’s guns?

Fuck it… Why bother?

I’ve had it to my back teeth trying to introduce the dickless sheeple of the world to even the most basic concepts of logic. They’re impervious to thought, immune to reason and utterly unreceptive to argument.

So let’s make it simple, you tyrannical fuckheads:

You try to disarm me and render me and my family helpless against the sick bastards who will never, ever abide by your feel-good idiotic attempts to banish reality from your make-believe world in which human nature doesn’t apply, and I’ll do what I have to, which is conclude that you’re a lethal threat to me and mine and act accordingly.

And if enough of the sane remnant of humanity choose cowardice and compliance over common sense and cave in to you, then I guess that it won’t make much of a difference in the grand scheme of things. You’ll get my guns, even if it is from my cold, dead hands, and you’ll be burying quite a few of the goons that you send out to do the job that you don’t have the guts to do.

But I’ll have an honor guard when I arrive in Hell. I didn’t escape one tyranny over the mind of man to surrender to another one. I’m going to die anyway, nobody lives forever, so I might as well take a bunch of you assholes with me. And I will.

It’s not much, I know.

But it’s enough.

MOLON LABE!

Comments 29 Comments »

(Link thanks to LC & IB Mrs M-ITT™)

UPDATE: Ha! I should’ve known that our very own LC Jackboot would beat us to it (see the most excellent post below)! Well, look at it this way: You get TWO ClueBattings of the same idiot for the price of one. Excellent job, Jackboot, and, dare I presume to say?: GREAT MINDS THINK ALIKE.

Why? Because I like publicly mocking and humiliating imbeciles. I’m evil that way:

LOS ANGELES (CNN) — Most days, it is not at all hard to feel proud to be an American. But on days such as this, it is very difficult.

You’re not fooling anybody, you tumbling twit, cretins like you have absolutely no trouble finding something that makes you “ashamed to be an American”, leading me to ask the inevitable, logical question: What the FUCK are you still DOING here? Unlike your working class heroes of the Warsaw Pact, we’re not putting up walls and armed guards to keep our citizens from leaving.

The pain that the parents of the slain students feel hits deep into everyone’s hearts.

And it’s just too much of a golden opportunity for ghouls such as yourself to resist. So, with the bodies still steaming, you climb the hill of mangled victims to stake your claim to idiocy.

At the University of California, Los Angeles, students are talking about little else. It is not that they feel especially vulnerable because they are students at a major university, as is Virginia Tech, but because they are (to be blunt) citizens of High Noon America.

Is UCLA a “Gun Free Free Fire Zone” as well? In that case, they ought to be worried.

“High Noon” is a famous film. The 1952 Western told the story of a town marshal (played by the superstar actor Gary Cooper) who is forced to eliminate a gang of killers by himself. They are eventually gunned down.

With the reluctant help, I might add, of Sheriff Kane’s wife who, faced with one of the goblins about to shoot her husband, decides that pious claptrap about “not taking a life, ever, under ANY circumstances” isn’t near as important to her as the life of hubby, picks up a gun and shoots the motherfucker in the back, thus saving her husband’s life.

Hmmm… I could’ve sworn there is a lesson in there.

Of course, in a world run by the likes of you, Sheriff Kane would be dead, the goblins would be free to terrorize the countryside and everybody would be wasting endless column inches reaching out to his widow, babbling about “healing processes” and “closure” and “forgiving the murderers.”

You might want to choose a better example the next time. Not only do you come off as the pompous pityfuck that you are, you also demonstrate that you’ve managed to watch one of the most famous movies of all time and still not pick up the first fucking clue from the experience.

Give us more, O Emperor! »

Comments 22 Comments »

A big Hat-Tip to the ever prescient LC Mrs. M our Imperial Trash Technician, for dropping this little gem in a comment.

Tom Plate: Let’s lay down our right to bear arms

Not that most of us would really need to read much further, but it is entertaining to see the Brady Bunch, swirl ever-more quickly down the toilet-bowl of relevancy.

Editor’s note: Tom Plate, former editor of the editorial pages of the Los Angeles Times, is a professor of communication and policy studies at UCLA. He is author of a new book, “Confessions of an American Media Man.”

Now that is a resume for a semi-sentient being, irrevocably attached like a Remora to Lenin’s Largest Hemorrhoid. ***SPEW ALERT***

LOS ANGELES (CNN) — Most days, it is not at all hard to feel proud to be an American. But on days such as this, it is very difficult.

The pain that the parents of the slain students feel hits deep into everyone’s hearts. At the University of California, Los Angeles, students are talking about little else. It is not that they feel especially vulnerable because they are students at a major university, as is Virginia Tech, but because they are (to be blunt) citizens of High Noon America.

The pain those students at UCLA are feeling, is a surefire example that your indoctrination is working you socialist cocksucker. They’ve been carefully molded like clay into completely emotive, weak sheep. Your surgically cold lectures removing their sense of worth, pride and character have been effective. Are you proud of yourself and your fellow academics and journalists? The little utopia you’ve created in academia, is populated by sheep and their veterinarians. Those young minds are unable to actually think and instead emote, as if that alone permits a meaningful decision about their own welfare. You’ve removed all sense of belonging and being worth something as individuals and more importantly, worth even more as a citizen of the greatest experiment in self-governance the world has seen.
Give us more, O Emperor! »

Comments 32 Comments »